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Stringing at ultra fine layer height

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5 hours ago, gr5 said:

Could you show a photo?  It must be a strangely shaped vase to get stringing.  In general I get zero stringing.  Zero.  I print slow and cool.  On UM3 usually 30 or 40mm/sec on outer layer.

I uploaded a photo - it was actually a bit worse as I had scraped some of the stringing off earlier.

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Ooh yes yeugh. Try any or all of  all print speeds set to 30mm/s (1st layer 20mm/s)   Fan 100%  extruder temp; with layer height of .300 the probably no higher than 200 - cooler if layers are thinner; assuming a .4 nozzle then line width .4 and wall size a multiple of .4        I assume you are not using spiralise.

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8 hours ago, yellowshark said:

Ooh yes yeugh. Try any or all of  all print speeds set to 30mm/s (1st layer 20mm/s)   Fan 100%  extruder temp; with layer height of .300 the probably no higher than 200 - cooler if layers are thinner; assuming a .4 nozzle then line width .4 and wall size a multiple of .4        I assume you are not using spiralise.

Not using spiralize.  I would like to do it at .06mm and have it work.

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